About You

Do these resonate with you?

  • You are confident
  • You have character
  • You define success on your own terms
  • You are not comfortable with “that’ll do.”
  • When courage calls, you answer
  • Despite everything, you still feel something is missing

Keep reading, you are in the right place

You have the power to accomplish even more

Being a high achiever comes with thrills, but you’re always looking for the next challenge and the chance to be even better. You know the game inside out, but now your game is different from everyone else’s. What’s next? Holding back from your true ambition and potential is common among my clients, and I’m here to set you free.

To reach the next level and exceed your expectations, discovering new, challenging and exceptional goals, you need to dial into your blind spots and find the release you need to achieve meaningfulness and a new level of success.

Could your positive attributes be holding you back?

Big results require big ambitions

The goals you envision are so powerful that you can become overwhelmed. Perhaps you have a multitude of goals and cannot decide which one to take forwards. This can quickly lead to stagnation and indecision about your next move.

Big picture focus

Perhaps you are so focused on the big-ticket goal that you miss out on many smaller successes and achievements. Recognising and appreciating the small as well as the big picture is vital for achieving your dreams.

Imposter or Ego?

My high-achieving clients often reach their goals quickly and enjoy rapid success. This can lead to an attitude of complacency and even forgetting the effort involved in hitting those goals. On the other hand, Imposter syndrome can make you feel unworthy of your success and hold you back from your next level.

Driven by action

If you’re driven by acting on instinct and moving forward rapidly toward your goals for momentum and growth. However, this can lead to a lack of reflection on previous mistakes and forgetting success stories that helped you reach where you are today. Take a breath and refuel.


If you love solving problems and thrive on finding solutions, your mindset may automatically be programmed to find problems in all scenarios. Letting problems build-up leads to unnecessary pressure, which can quickly derail you from your path to success.

Perfectionist attitude

Focusing only on the end goal can stop you from seeing your true progress. Recognising your progress will help you to accept and enjoy your journey towards achieving your goals. It helps create a stronger mindset as you work towards perfection.

Demand and deserve the truth

Rising and high achieving can make communicating with the people around you hard. This can lead to isolation with no one to confide in, and people may be worried about telling you the truth. To be a high performer, you need to hear the truth.

No need for help

If you’re at the top of the mountain and a proven success, others may think you do not need help, support or guidance. Colleagues and team members see your successes and do not consider that you also need support and help. ALL high performers need a support team, and I can help you build yours.

Book a Free LMA Coaching Discovery and Clarity Session

To get you started on your path to making your breakthrough with the LMA Coaching Framework, email me and arrange a FREE COMPATIBILITY call.